Community Health and HIV Programs

We support health programs in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, partnering with The Salvation Army to provide holistic, quality primary health care that ensures accessibility for families and communities in need.

Working as a facilitator, we help communities identify, prioritize and find solutions to their most pressing health needs - from maternal and child health to HIV and non-communicable diseases.We also work to combat the spread of disease with information, vaccination, medication, clinical intervention and spiritual counseling. 

For example, in Sri Lanka, we support Salvation Army personnel making community outreach in an area beset with deadly kidney disease, identifying cases early and referring them for life-saving treatment.

In Angola, The Salvation Army is an esteemed partner in a high-profile project to eliminate polio by increasing immunization and conducting surveillance.

In Eastern Uganda, our SCORE Project - funded by USAID -  provides services to vulnerable children and families – many affected by HIV and AIDS.

Read more about our work below: 


Livelihoods and Anti-human Trafficking 

Disaster Relief and Recovery

Education